A long time ago three sisters were born in the castle. You could tell them apart from the crowd because they shined. Dressed in the purest gold and silver threads, intricately embroidered by their skilled hands. They all had a golden sun emblazoned in their skirts, a symbol of their kingdom.
After meeting the requisite sun, the girls were free to use their needles to create their own patterns in their clothing. Such fun they had, needle in hand, sewing together for hours, creating patterns. "Oh, I've decided to go for flowers" Anneta would say!
She was the oldest and in her skirt you would be able to see all kinds of patterns inspired in flowers
Elena, the sweet middle sister loved geometrics and so you could see some diamonds in her dress
she too was inspired by the flowers in the kingdom
When the youngest, Olga, was born a peculiar thing happened. She had the eyes of the sun!
She was as beautiful and skillful as her sisters and life continued as a trio. They did everything together. But something was indeeed changing. After Olga was born they started to realize that everything they dreamed was coming true. They wanted to know why, as it had never happened before so they separated and put it to the test. They realized that Olga was special, she had a gift! She had been chosen by the sun, their kingdom symbol, to make wishes come true for all eternity!
So if you're lucky enough to wander into the forest on the enchanted land of the sun and stumble upon the girl with the golden eyes, beware your wishes may all come true!
My mother's name is Olga, it was inspired by a Russian novel my grandmother was reading at the time.. How in the world that happened in the little small town on my little island of Puerto Rico, I could not tell you why. I do can say that I did imaginary travels to this land from afar when I was a little girl. Fascinated by their culture, czars, arquitecture, ballet, art and discipline. Books can be wonderful substitutes when you're unable to travel and imagination can transform those books into real stories, I know one day I'll be able to stroll the Red Square, visit St.Basil's Cathedral and sit down to see the Russian ballet and that day I will treat myself to a set of Matryoshkas. In the meantime I have enjoyed creating my Dresden fantasy and I do hope that by sharing them with you, you too have been transportyed to a world of wonder with me!
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